Fenced in backyard with chairs, umbrella and small area for dogs to run in.
We have almost an acre of land fenced in and just waiting for your furry friends to run and play. There is a private driveway for parking and your own gate in and out. We recently added swings to the climbing tree and a fire pit to enjoy while the dogs run free. You do need to bring your own firewood. An exact address will be given once you’ve booked. When you get to our house you’ll drive past the private drive where our yellow house is located, and look on the right hand side for a second driveway. The pictures provided will show you what you’re looking for. Pull down that second driveway, park right by the cattle gate and enjoy. I’m so glad to report that the bugs have not been very bad this season. There are, however occasional piles of fire ants that we try to keep track of. I just want you to be aware. Also, if it has recently rained the backside of the field does get extremely wet so be prepared for your pup to get wet. You are welcome to use the hose that is supplied to rinse your dog off before you leave.
Hi! We are animal lovers. We have 4 dogs: 3 Chihuahua and pitbull. We have a huge fenced yard in the Heart of Mandarin. Come visit us with your furry friends!
Pool for animals and owners
Beautiful view of a pond in this fully fenced yard with shade.
4 acre mini farm. Currently no horses in residence. 3 large fully fenced pastures with large oak trees for your dogs to run and enjoy. Plenty of room to park. Entrance gate requires code to open. Once you make your reservation you will receive the code. Notes on the gate - If it doesn't open fully when you enter the code - typically that means you didn't press the keys firmly or you hesitated too long between pressing the 4 digits. If it doesn't open fully - please count to five before entering the code a second time. Whatever you do, don't start punching the code quickly over and over - that is a sure way to guarantee it will not open correctly. Exiting through the gate: There is a sensor for when you exit - just keep driving at 5 - 7 mph towards the gate and don't pause until you see it start to open. People make the mistake of stopping when they have only partially passed the sensor. If you made it all the way to the gate and it didn't open you were likely hesitating or didn't drive fast enough. In any case back up at least 20 feet (think 5 car lengths) wait 10 seconds for the gate to reset itself before driving towards it again to exit.
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|Designed for private play
|Rentable by the hour
|Off leash options
|Very large and/or fully fenced options
|$5 - $15 per dog per hour
Sniffspot has different types of private dog parks to allow any dog to find their ideal spot!